Inspired By Orlando Massacre, Actress Mara Wilson Comes Out as ‘Bi/Queer’

Mara Wilson

Inspired by the massacre in which 49 people died at a gay club in Orlando, actress Mara Wilson has come out on Twitter.

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Wilson, who starred in Mrs Doubtfire and Matilda, expressed her shock at the massacre on Sunday, continuing with a series of tweets in which she revealed she had “learned something about myself” in her early 20s.

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When followers asked her to elaborate, Wilson stated that she was a 2 on the Kinsey scale.

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One fan wasn’t too happy that Wilson described herself as “mostly straight.” However, the actress continued by stating that she has “embraced the Bi/Queer label lately.”

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Wilson’s book Where Am I Now?: True Stories of Girlhood and Accidental Fame is out in September.

Watch Wilson tale about the difficulties of living with mental health issues in the public eye below.

 

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